The brother of an NYPD officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty has been named as the department’s new deputy commissioner for legal matters.
In a report released Tuesday, Barneys said it never asked its employees to check out two African-American customers who said they were victims of racial profiling.
An attorney on Tuesday claimed some NYPD detectives in the Bronx lied and arrested innocent people over a period of several years, in an effort to meet quotas.
Paul Bergrin, a New Jersey defense attorney who once had a roster of celebrity clients, was sentenced to life in prison without parole Monday after being convicted on nearly two dozen counts.
A Brooklyn City Council candidate has called for an investigation into New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver (D-Manhattan), after another scandal involving his opponent was discovered.
An attorney spoke Tuesday about a lawsuit alleging abuse by trusted teachers at the prestigious Yeshiva University High School for boys.
An attorney on Sunday denied claims in a lawsuit alleging that Mets legend John Franco and his wife assaulted the woman who was in charge of their estate sale.
They were allegedly in a third-floor apartment on West 33rd Street in Bayonne, when they allegedly dropped their makeshift bomb on the fire escape and onto the ground.
A New Jersey attorney pleaded guilty this week to directing clients’ funds to her own personal use and obtaining a home through fraudulent means.
Stanley Fischer worked in the Division of Consumer Affairs, serving as executive director of its consumer protection office, before being fired in 2007.